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Alliance goes to The International 2019

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Alliance goes to The International 2019

The most intriguing and interesting match of today’s gaming day of EPICENTER Major 2019 came to the end. The players from Alliance are the winner.

The battle between Gambit Esports and Alliance was very interesting on the second map. The match was equal and the teams showed what they are made of. Despite Gambit’s big efforts, the victory was achieved by the representatives of the European roster.

Alliance entered the top 6 teams and due to such a performance, was better than their opponents, having earned enough points to receive a direct invitation to The International 2019. Now, we know the names of all 12 invited participants.

The list of teams, which have become the owners of direct invites, looks in the following way:

  • Team Secret  — 14400 Dota Pro Circuit points
  • Virtus.pro  — 12300 Dota Pro Circuit points
  • Vici Gaming  — 8400 Dota Pro Circuit points
  • Evil Geniuses  — 6825 Dota Pro Circuit points
  • PSG.LGD  — 5040 Dota Pro Circuit points
  • Team Liquid  — 4920 Dota Pro Circuit points
  • Fnatic  — 2880 Dota Pro Circuit points
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas  — 2620 Dota Pro Circuit points
  • TNC Predator  — 1596 Dota Pro Circuit points
  • OG  — 1398 Dota Pro Circuit points
  • Alliance  — 1179 Dota Pro Circuit points
  • Keen Gaming  — 1140 Dota Pro Circuit points